You name it: The liberal media despises conservatives and Republicans (not in a specific order) and have made a mission out of going after Florida Republican Gov. Ron DeSantis and any conservative figure. This time,…
A Pence For Your Thoughts
This vice-president seems to get fewer invitations to give commencement addresses than the last one although arguably he has a lot more to say.
One not too surprising addition and one rather astounding subtraction.
Time for Conservatives to Deconstruct Academia
In fact, the academy is no longer a haven for First Amendment absolutists, if it ever was.
Hillsdale President Visits CPAC, Gives Millennials a Primer on Taxation
College students who trekked to this year’s Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) got a civics lesson they were probably unaccustomed to receiving, unless they go to Hillsdale. “Do you know that we make about twenty…
Trump Baffles Academics
The “best and the brightest” in academe have been trying to unravel the Trump phenomenon for about as long as this election season has run. Martin Kich of Wright State University devotes about three blogs…
Social Justice VS. America’s Founding Principles
The eloquent Justice Clarence Thomas recently warned the class of 2016 in a commencement address at Hillsdale College that since “the rising tide of social justice demands run afoul of this nation’s founding principles,” this…
SCOTUS Justice Clarence Thomas Warns about Dangers of Social Justice at Hillsdale
At the conservative institution Hillsdale College, Supreme Court justice Clarence Thomas warned about the dangers of social justice. Instead, he pushed for principled living, which leads to freedom and justice.
Why Does the Cold War Matter Today?
“Those who forget the past are condemned to repeat it.” On May 3, 2016, Elizabeth Edwards Spalding, an author and associate professor of Government at Claremont McKenna College, repeated this quote while discussing her newly…
Silver Linings to Student Meltdowns
The bad news is that student protestors today are more openly totalitarian than demonstrators of the 1960s. The good news: They’re less destructive. “At the University of Kansas, where I graduated, students torched the…